Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1966 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1966
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tiles for W. B. (fiing) MicDontld, Al« goiii attorney .with thg Shum* way, Kelly & Friitedt law firmt todiy announced hii candidacy for the offlw of County Attorney for KoMuth county on tht republican ticket, Mr, MacDonald WM born jn Chicago and grew/Up in the tub* urbs of Berwyn and Riverride. He received his bachelor of art* degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, In 1WO.' His major was political science. Mr. MacDonald was graduated from Northwestern University'! college of law in Chicago; in 1963. While in law school, he clerked in the trial division of a Chicago law firm. After grid* uation from Northwestern, he spent two years in the trial department of a Kansas City, Mo law: firm. , In 1963, Mr. MacDonald mar ried the former Molly Sullivan Algona, daughter of .Mrs. Wide Sullivan and the late Algona postmaster. They, have a daughter, Heather, born last Septem her;;- .' . '" \ In announcing' Mi candidacy Mr. MacDonald said, "I want the voters of this county,, to/realize that the office of county attor i __.. r i • . i j_ Al aorta K "tHOTTHI ADVANCI OftOCtftV ADI IVMY WIIK - AND IAV1 Entettd M Mcato elot« fn_M«f, D*. 1, I90». of Al«ottd, tow_, 50S1I VOL, M-NO, 40 THURSDAY, MAY 19, W6 - ALOONA, IOWA iiMtt Act of ContfM* March •> - 24 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS unty •MMMMIBMk. fMH A. Rosennieycr of St. Bewdist ney was never meant to be a per* W. •. (Bing) MacDONALD manent position for anyone. Our present county attorney was first elected in 1956, and after ten yeals in office he is asking the Voters to elect him for still another term, his sixth. Ten years is long enough — it is time for a 'change." , Dlgt*t of W«e3k'f NEWS ST.'ANN BIRTHS May 14 _ Mr. and Mrs. Don Camenisch, Algona.>boy; 7 lb.. 1 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Davis, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 6 oz. NEW COURT CASES Henry Stalder vs. A, A. and Mrs| A. A. Kiecker, Josephine Bunting, note, $6676.W. : ', John W^Bauer?vs.'')il>y v -Bau. er, divorce. ' > ALOONA MARKETS .. : ... iNew Corn '__!__!— $1.15 Beahs $2.92 Oats -iV*~—; ^"-*- *fc (Markets furnished'Weekly by Hobarton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) , ALGONA WEATHER ' 1 High' Lew May 11 ______ 47 -32 May 12 .____„ 42 ,'32 Rein .3 .29 .65 trace trace . .17 42 Ma'y 13 ______ 50 38 May; 14 68 32 May 15 ______ 70 49 May 16 78 44 May 17 4 -75 ^54 May 18 -r 42 ENLISTMENTS | Navy — Thomas Addy, Lako ta; James Bergum, Bancroft. Army — Darwin Leek, Algona; Wayne Carlson, Humboldt; Thomas J. Miller, Burt. Marines — Dennis Farrell, of Whittemore; Richard Pettit, of Lone Rock. Air Force — Allen Zimmerman, Whittemore. WEDDING PE Algona, fracture. May 14 — George Gengler, o iVhittemore, accident; Karen Van Ginkel, Whittemore, med al. May 15 — Deriise Lucey, A ;ona, medical; Thomas Widen Jorwith, medical; F. H. Jean Wesley, medical; Hattie Huller trum, Burt, medical. May 16 — Ed Huller man, A ^ona, medical; John Hammer, Algona, medical; Angela Garman, / Algona, medial; .Louis Grams, Irvinitoh^ medical, trans-; terred to Fort Dodge. May 17 — Chris Haase, Burt, medical; Mrs. Ray.'Walker,'Algona, medical; Mrs. Dwight Wagner, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Leona Anderson, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Josephine Curran, Lu- Verne, surgery; Mrs. Thomas Cogley, Algona, surgery. < NEW VEHICLES , Arthur G, Rosenmeyer, 70 of St. Benedict, died Monday at t. Benedict of a heart attack. He was a building contractor n that area for many years. Funeral Services will be held friday morning at 10 a.m. at he St. Benedict Catholic dut- ch with Father Nicholas Ruba fficiating. Burial will be in the St, Benedict cemetery with the Hamilton funeral home of Algona in charge of arrangements. Serving as pallbearers will be 'ulius Seller, Richard Ferstl, 'Bud" Kutschara, Jack Kutschara, Clarence: Arndorfer and Arnold Arndorfer. He lived his entire life in the St. Benedict area. Mr. Rosenmeyer was born Jan. 27, 1896: at St. Benedict, the son of John and Josephine Rosenmeyer. He was married to Mary Car roll Pen ton on June 28, 1944 at St. Benedict and is survived by eight children. They are: Mildred, Mrs. Eugene Zittritsch, Algona; Marie, Mrs. Monte Scobba, Algona; Ruth, Mrs. Bill West, Mason City; Mrs. Muriel Harris, Aurora, Colo.; Lyle Penton, Fargo, N.D.; Joan, Mrs. Charles Devine, Algona; Jean, Mrs. Robert Simons, Whittemore; and Maxine, Mrs. Kenneth Mulligan, Bancroft. Two eHod for .. , ' i ."•''' "•"' ; ; ' helping Injured motorist Fob. 11 •, -.''•'• ' * i Two area men were eenv;? mended by the Commlsftleiter of the Iowa Highway P*fr*M Gene Needles, for eld they gave to en iniureAtmetortftt m an accident two mile* eeat ef Algona on highway 10 on Feb. 11,1966. . 'r' v ' They are Dori Jorg^nson, of Algona, and Omer Kunkel, of Britt. The motorist was John A. Johnson, 44, of Mason City.,, Ht was pinned beneath hit; car when it Went out «f^con- trol and into a ditch and Jer- gonion and Kunkel came upon the scene. Jorgenson usee) hie car to bract the, other vehicle^ whilt; Kunkel jacked up th« machine and they froej the injured Mason Cityan. , They also treated him for shock before an ambulance' ar rived to take him to St. Ann /hospital. Whittemore woman dies In crash Clarence R. Harms, Titonka, Cheryl J. Ostwald, Whittemore; Cecil L. Korslund, Fort Dodge, Linda R. Agard, Lu Verne; Roy G. Johnston, Sally J. McDonald, both Belton, Mo.j George W. Bargman, Linda L. Meyer, both West Bend; Francis H. Blegger Des Mqines, Norma J, Goetz, oi Wesley, MAYOR'S COURT : ;; George Jergenj, Algona, no driver's license, $5; Oifgory R Cook, Algona, speeding, $10; David Camp, Algona, following too closely, $5: William N, Bormann, Algona, improper registration, $5; Harold G, Hassel brock, Kamrar, carrying loaded gun in car, $100; Capitpli V Strayer, Algona, failing to stop at stop sign, $10, v JMILDINQ PiRMITI Ella Welch, »heet rock wills; John Long, Cedir Rapids, replace sidewalk; Dtvld lierry- man, new houw on South Minnesota, $22,000 ?«Um«U4; Ben Bakken, reshingle porch; Swanson Stores, Inc., Cherokee, new grocery store, $100,000 estimit- ed; Jim Modrel), Ri^hen repairs; R^ipii Sb?r^ jrtjrtiin|ls. ST. ANN HOIFITAL * May 12 -^ Nobis gfpiich, Al- gofla, medical; NeHjie F*rrow, Titonka, medical. M»y 19 — ku p§nd, medical; Ross Algo»a, iftedical; SlyjA; .Smitb, .Phillip D. Pfeffer, Algona, Apache; James L. Walker, Wesley, Honda; John Edward Hard[rove, Algona, Honda; Henry leilenfeld, Algona, Honda; Arnold P. Banwart, West Bend Chev. Trk.; Duane H. Hilbert, Lu Verne, Chev. Trk.; Joe Bradley Equip., Algona, CMC Trk.; Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., Al- gdna, Ford p/u; Algona Implement Co., Algona, Int'l. p/u; N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Algona, CMC (Continued on Page 6) GOVERNOR'S DAY The annual Governor's Day in Algona will be held at the Algona Country Club on June 14, with Gov. Harold Hughes planning to attend, according to Algona Mayor Bill Finn. Surviving brothers and Sisters include Frank Rosenmeyer, Canada; Mrs. Ida Dorn, Canada; Sister M. DeSales, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs/Frances Miller, Des Moines; Al Rosenmeyer, St. Benedict; Levi Rosenmeyer, Canada; Mrs. Viola Steussy, California. JayGees plan car check Saturday The Algona, Jaycees will spon sor a Car Safety Check in front of the city hall, Saturday, May 21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. With the cooperation of the. Algon< police department, they will check lights, wipers and signals to see they are in proper work ing condition. Safety sticker: will be given to those cars passing inspection. With the Memorial day weekend approaching, all motorists are Urged to participate. Lone Hock man ; ,' • •'•-.' -"' ~, *' l enters race for Ronald H. Collins, 49, Lone lock area farmer, announced this week that he is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Representative from Sossuth County. It is his first try for an elective office. | Mr. Collines farms in Union, twp. and has been a Kossuth resident since 1948, on the same farm. He was born and educated at West Bend. His father died wh en. he was a senior in high sch| ool and he immediately went to work on the family farnfc In 1944 he moved to- Uvte^mbre and farmed in that area'for-fovi: years, then moving in 1948 to the farm he presently tenants. He was married in 1941 to Luella Gisch of Livermore, and the couple are parents of five children, Sharon, now Mrs. Eugene Poeckes of Hinton, Iowa, Colleen, a Sentral graduate and how employed by Minnesota Mining in St. Paul, Charles, Ter-.-.. , ~ . , . x , rence and Patricia, all Sentral I Whitteniore *om the east along ystem students. hi«rh««,vi«a He has served as Democratic committeeman from Union twp. A WELL-KNOWN Whittemore woman, Mrs.- George T. Gengler; 67, was killed Saturday afternoon, about 1:20 p.m. when the cartih which she was riding (pictured above) went out of control' and slammed into a tree just west of the McDonnell gas station on highway 18 north of Whittemore. Mrs. Gengler was dead on arrival at St. Ann hospital of a fractured skull, sustained when her head apparently struck the dashboard from of the tree-car 1 Mr. Gengler, 72, was taken to St. Ann 1 , hospital with a fractured jib and head cuts but is not believed to be in serious condition." THE ACCIDENT occurred ju st :as >the :Gengler machine was approaching the turn-off to Gets five years but is paroled Michael J. Donnelly was sen tenced to five years in the reformatory at Anamosa on a plea of guilty to a charge of attempting to break and enter. He was paroled on good behavior. He was accused of breaking in the glass door at the Van Norman drug store at Swea City Apri 18, He cut his leg severely, anc went to the Buffalo Center hos pital without entering the store highway 169. According to deputy sheriffs and has been active in dairying organizations. He still milks some 45 to 50 cows. He was named as one of three on the federally-appointed creditor's committee following bankruptcy of the Algona Creamery, and has served with the Dairy Herd Improvement Assn. organization in Kossuth County. In 1964 he was named as one of four Iowa dairymen to go to Washington for contact work with congressmen by dairy organizations. The entry of Collins in the field will result in a primary race for the nomination. Mancil Hurlburt of Swea City announced for the Democratic nomination several weeks ago. Lakotan ele at Bancroft Saturday Don $ood and Larry Hudson a semi-trailer truck driven b Cecil 'Taylor, 39 of Sioux Rap id$, wias';.also heading west in back ofc the Gengler car. 'As ,?Mi-: t Gengler signaled for a left turn into Whittemore, the left front bumper of the truck struck the right rear of the Gengler car. The car careened to the left toward the station, continued into the sou- h ditch and then struck a large ree (as shown above), just west of the station on the south side Oil catches tire Tuesday A 19-year old Lakota youth, Roger Weringa, was killed instantly .=last- Saturday.,by electrocution while he was^workihg at the Welps Mill in Bancroft. He ,was. the;,. son^of =;Mr,:andi Mrs. Herman"-, Wieringa of 'Lakota. Funeral services for the youth were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota with Rev. Paul Ofstedal officiating and Garry's in charge of arrangements. Weringa was working alone at Welp's starter hen houses south of Bancroft and apparently Was preparing to unload a truckload of feed. The auger came in contact with high voltage power lines. His body was found a short time later by another Welp employee, Paul Westerlund. Roger had been employed at the Mill for about a year and lad worked previously at Welp's Hatchery. He was severely inured shortly after graduation Tom Lakota high school in 1964 when a car in which he was rid- ng crashed on July 30, 1964. A cousin, George Weringa, died from injuries suffered in the crash and Roger, then 17, AtQQNA FIREMEN were called to the Bituminous Materials & Supply Co. just north of the Milwaukee depot about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday where a fire had started in the above pictured car of road oil. The "oil in the tanks gets thick Uk^ tar and normally steam is used to loosen the oil and start it flowing through the outlets. But the steam pipes on this car were broken so 5 or 10 gallons of oil was heated and circulated through the car to melt the heavy oil. However, the oil got so hot it 1»jr$t into flames which shot through the covers on top of the tank. Firemen haci no difficulty in extinguishing the blase with very little damage. ; Exclusive Advance Photo by MUce StUUiiaix. of the road. The truck driver, who was operating a machine owned by an Emmetsburg firm, was char ged with failing to have control of his vehicle. The Genglers live just a mile east of the corner on the south side of the road. FUNERAL services for the Whittemore woman were held Tuesday in St. Michael's Catho lie church at Whittemore. Fa ther Peter Fransco officiated and burial was in the church ce metery with the Hyink funera home in charge of arrangements. She was born Johanna Dorweiler, daughter of the Henry 3orweilers, at West Bend on July 4, 1898. Mrs. Gengler was a lifelong resident of the West Bend-Whittemore areas. On April 10, 1918, she was married to George T. Gengler. Her husband survives as do three daughters and two sons: Elaine, Mrs. Frank Brink, and Lois, Mrs. Joe Wollner, both of Bancroft; Carole, Mrs. Bill Ristau, Eagle Grove; Robert and Ralph, both of Whittemore. The Genglers had sold their farm just a few months ago but continued to live in the farm house. She was a member of the C.D.A. at Whittemore as well as the Altar Society and Veteran's Mather Club. SET TV ELECTION The date for the election on Community Television Franchise for Algona has definitely been set for Wednesday, June 15, it was anuomiced Urn week. sustained a broken leg and mul- iple injuries. He was born Aug. 19, 1946 at Buffalo Center. He is survived son Jr. ROGER WERINGA by his parents; four brothers, Dennis of Ledyard and Larry Craig and Ronald, at home; anc a sister, Rita, Mrs. Jay Davis of Algona. Grandparents are Mr. anc Mrs. Carl Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weringa. Serving as pallbearers were Rinerd John son, Terry Weringa, Garry A Garrett, Gene A. Wirtjes, Don aid J. Wirtjes and Jacob Peter Critical after sliver causes lockjaw here dies Monday Floyd A. Newville, 84, of Algona,'.died at the University hos- >ital at'Iowa City Monday. He lad been in poor health for several months, . Funeral'services will be held at the McGullough funeral chapel Thursday at 10:30 a.m. with [lev. Walter Morz of the Presby- ;erian church officiating/Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Serving as pallbearers .will be Larry Knoll, Marc Moore, Jim Kolp, M. L. VanderWaal, Bill Hilton and Ray Braun. Mr. Newville was born July 14, 1881 in Algona, the son of John W. and Mary Jane Newville. He lived his entire life here and was a constable for 'many years. He was married to Grace B. Anderson on Feb. 10, 1902 and she survives as does one son, Darold Newville of Port Edwards, Wis. There is one granddaughter and one great-grandchild. Five brothers and sisters ore- ceded him in death. Latest word on Arnold Danielson, 55-year old Algona farmer stricken with lockjaw, is that his condition is still critical at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Danielson is with him there. A daughter told the Advance Tuesday night that Mr, Danielson's lungs were pumped out Monday when fluid began filling, them up. Doctors also fought a weak blood pressure and later a fluttering heart. Doctors at Rochester have told the family the longer they can keep him alive, the better his chances of recovering. A son, Carl, in servica in Germany, is enroute home by plane and the children have made trips to Rochester to see Mr. Danielson. An Algona farmer, Arnold Danielson, 55, Monday was reported in critical condition at Rochester, Minn., where he is hospitalized with tetanus (lockjaw). Danielson accidentally ran a sliver into his hand about 10 days ago, but thought noth- ing of it. A few days later, he didn't feel so well, but was so busy on his farm that he continued working. By Friday he was so ill that his wife called a doctor who found paralysis already starting in Danielson's jaw and neck. He was immediately taken to Park hospital, Mason City, and then transferred to Rochester. All of Danielsons' six children, who are of school age, have received tetanus shots in the past. Cars collide near Dunn's Two cars driven by Algonans collided on Phillips street near Call about 7:30 p.m. Monday. A car driven by Donald R. Tietz was traveling on Phillips when it was struck by a machine driven by Janice Neuroth. who was backing from Dunn's Sure Save. The Neuroth car had $10 in damage and the Tietz machine about $175 in estimated damage. City police investigated and charged Janice Neuroth with improper backing. "Dear Abby" column begins in Advance The pppuUr nationally syndicated <?9l.umn "Pwr Abby/' written by Abigail Van Byr?n, toyins today in m» Advance. The cqlymn apps«n in mfny gf th% loding daily newspapers in the njtipn *nd the Advance fffli f«i> tunate in offering exclusively to its rtadfrs thjf intfffft- ing feature. F<?r tht msMrt pift, thf cplymn will fpfupjr In the Thursday paper. . ,

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